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Leland Fire/Rescue Hiring Fire/EMS Captain

Leland Fire/Rescue is accepting applications for the position of Fire/EMS Captain

Leland Volunteer Fire/Rescue Department, Inc. is a comprehensive “All-Hazards” emergency services department that offers fire suppression, technical rescue response, paramedic ems response, and public education. Due to the growth of our community Leland Fire/Rescue will be merging with The Town of Leland. These events have proven the need to hire additional Fire/EMS staff. These employees will receive competitive salaries and full benefits that The Town of Leland offers.

Number Open Positions: 6

Salary Range: $54,234.00 – $73,215.90

Applications Close: May 5, 2017

Distinguishing Characteristics of the position; 

The Fire/EMS Captain functions as a supervisor of assigned teams and personnel when required, with primary responsibility to assure that personnel, apparatus, equipment and facilities are maintained in appropriate readiness to respond to a variety of life saving emergency calls. The Fire/EMS Captain is primarily responsible for the direction, management, supervision and coordination of the activities of his/her assigned teams; supervises and manages operations, training, general facility/equipment maintenance, prevention efforts, disaster preparedness, public education and related programs of his/her assigned staff; and serves as a command officer when required or deemed necessary on emergency incidents.

Qualifications 

• Fire ground tactics and strategy; emergency incident management specifically the Incident Command System (ICS); principles of incident safety; automatic and mutual aid agreements; hazardous materials incident management; and confined space and technical rescue techniques;

• Fire science theory, principles and practices and their application to a wide variety of emergency service operations including fire suppression, fire prevention, and fire investigation; operational characteristics of fire

apparatus and equipment including emergency driving techniques, modern fire loss and fire prevention principles, methods and practices;

• Basic and advanced life support; pediatric advanced life support; pre-hospital trauma life support; special considerations for time sensitive emergencies, such as STEMI, trauma, and stroke; basic and advanced cardiac arrest care;

• Management of multi-casualty incidents

• Geography and street layout of the service districts and surrounding area;

• Laws and regulations pertaining to fire and emergency medical service operations;

• Personal protective equipment;

• Office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and databases;

• Departmental policy and procedures and manual of operations;

• Principles of supervision, training, and performance evaluation;

• Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations;

• Algebraic and arithmetic computations;

• English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation;

• Principles and practices of customer service;

Education and Experience; 

• Possession of a high school diploma or GED and five (5) years of firefighting experience;

• Possession of a valid NC Class B driver’s license;

• Certified NC Firefighter;

• Certified NC Fire Instructor

• Certified NC Fire Officer 1; (NC Fire Officer 2 preferred)

• Certified NC Emergency Vehicle Driver

• Certified NC D/O Pumps

• Certified NC D/O Aerials

• Certified NC TR General

• Certified NC TR Vehicle

• Credential NC Paramedic

• NIMS/ICS 100, 200, 300, 700, 800.

All applicants must be able to function independently as described in departmental job descriptions and be boarded (EMS) in Brunswick County in order to be retained for employment. Final salary for all positions will be determined by your qualifications.

Please email resumes to: 

Deputy Chief Hayes; ronnie.hayes@lelandfirerescue.com

Or mail to: 

Leland Volunteer Fire/Rescue Department, Inc.

Attention: Chief Hayes / Employment

PO Box 176

Leland NC 28451

Phase I of the hiring process will be conducted May 23, 2017

Phase II of the hiring process will be conducted June 6, 2017

(these dates are subject to change with no prior notice)

If you have any question you may also email or call Chief Hayes at;

ronnie.hayes@lelandfirerescue.com

(910) 371-2727

We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

Leland Fire/Rescue Hiring Battalion Chief of Operations

Leland Fire/Rescue is accepting applications for the position of Battalion Chief of Operations

Leland Volunteer Fire/Rescue Department, Inc. is a comprehensive “All-Hazards” emergency services department that offers fire suppression, technical rescue response, paramedic ems response, and public education. Leland Fire/Rescue is expecting to be acquired by the Town of Leland in July. These events have proven the need to hire additional Fire/EMS staff. These employees will receive competitive salaries and full benefits that The Town of Leland offers.

Number Open Positions: 3

Salary Range: $60,000.00 – $81,000.00

Applications Close: May 5, 2017

Distinguishing Characteristics of the position; 

The Battalion Chief of Field Operations is a non-exempt classification who always functions as a supervisor of personnel, with a primary responsibility to ensure that assigned personnel, apparatus, equipment and facilities are maintained in appropriate readiness to respond to a variety of life saving emergency calls. The Battalion Chief of Field Operations is also responsible for the direction, management, supervision, and coordination of the activities of the department staff of Leland Fire/Rescue; supervises and manages operations, training, general facility/equipment maintenance, fire prevention, disaster preparedness, public education and related programs as assigned; serves as command officer when responding to emergency incidents and in day-to-day activities. This individual coordinates assigned activities with assigned teams, other departments, and outside agencies and provides highly responsible and complex administrative support to the Superior Officers.

Qualifications 

• Modern fire ground tactics and strategy; emergency incident management specifically the Incident Command System (ICS); principles of incident safety; automatic and mutual aid agreements; hazardous materials incident management; and confined space and technical rescue techniques;

• The North Carolina Rating Response System (NCRRS);

• Principles and practices of training program development and implementation;

• Fire science theory, principles and practices and their application to a wide variety of emergency service operations including fire suppression, fire prevention, and fire investigation; operational characteristics of fire apparatus and equipment including emergency driving techniques, modern fire loss and fire prevention principles, methods and practices;

• Knowledge and skill in performing pre-hospital medical care at accidents,

emergencies, and disasters by administering basic and/or advanced care to include those within department protocols and their scope of practice;

• Principles and practices of Disaster Preparedness, EmergencyManagement and Homeland Security program development and administration;

• Geography and street layout of the service districts and surrounding area;

• Laws and regulations pertaining to fire and emergency medical service operations;

• Personal protective equipment;

• Office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and databases;

• Departmental policy and procedures and manual of operations;

• Principles of supervision, training, and performance evaluation;

• Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations;

• Algebraic and arithmetic computations;

• English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation;

• Principles and practices of customer service;

Education and Experience; 

• Seven (7) years of emergency services experience with a minimum of three (3) years of that experience in a supervisory role, or an Associate’s Degree in a public safety discipline with five (5) years of fire service experience with a minimum of two (2) years of the experience in a supervisory role;

• Possession of a valid NC Class B driver’s license;

• Possession of an EMT-B credential; (Paramedic preferred)

• Certified NC Firefighter

• Certified NC Fire Officer 2

• Certified NC Fire Instructor (Level II Qualified)

• Certified NC Emergency Vehicle Driver

• Certified NC D/O Pumps

• Certified NC D/O Aerials

• Certified NC TR General

• Certified NC TR VMR (one other specialty preferred)

• NIMS/ICS 100, 200, 300, 400, 700, 800

• NC Chief 101 course completion (or within one year of hire)

All applicants must be able to function independently as described in departmental job descriptions and be boarded (EMS) in Brunswick County in order to be retained for employment. Final salary for all positions will be determined by your qualifications.

Please email resumes to: 

Deputy Chief Hayes; ronnie.hayes@lelandfirerescue.com

Or mail to: 

Leland Volunteer Fire/Rescue Department, Inc.

Attention: Chief Hayes / Employment

PO Box 176

Leland NC 28451

Phase I of the hiring process will be conducted May 22, 2017

Phase II of the hiring process will be conducted June 5, 2017

(these dates are subject to change with no prior notice)

If you have any question you may also email or call Chief Hayes at;

ronnie.hayes@lelandfirerescue.com

(910) 371-2727

We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

City of Morganton Hiring Firefighter

City of Morganton

Position Available

 

Firefighter- Public Safety: Responding to emergency fire and medical related situations; participating in fire suppression and rescue; maintaining equipment and facilities; continuing training and instruction. Responds to alarms and assists in the suppression of fires, including rescue, entry, ventilating, salvage work, containment of hazardous materials, traffic control, crowd control, etc.; Performs overhaul work; assists in maintaining fire apparatus and equipment and cleaning fire station grounds; inspects, cleans and maintains fire hose pumps, hydrants, assists with preplanning and inspection activities; conducts smoke alarm inspections and installations. North Carolina Fire Fighter Certification is preferred, but not mandatory. The applicant must possess a high school diploma, or equivalent, be able to obtain a class B driver’s license, meet OSHA requirements, and successfully complete a physical fitness/agility assessment. Upon hire, applicant must successfully complete the field training program. Firefighters will work a 24 hour on/48 hour off schedule. The pay range for this position is $30,389 – $45,583 Applications will be accepted until May 12, 2017, at 5:00 pm. Applications may be obtained online at www.morgantonnc.gov or at the Human Resources Department, Morganton City Hall, 305 E. Union Street, Suite A-100, Morganton, NC. Phone (828) 438-5253 EOE

 

 

Re-Post: Guil-Rand Fire Protective Association, Inc. Hiring Deputy Fire Chief

Guil-Rand Fire Protective Association, Inc. is in the process of hiring the position of

 

 

DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF

 

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION

 

Under administrative direction, the Deputy Fire Chief provides overall leadership and will direct, manage, supervise, and coordinate the activities and operations of the Fire Department including fire suppression, fire prevention, code enforcement, emergency medical services, and related services and activities; coordinates assigned activities with other divisions, departments, and outside agencies; and provides highly responsible administrative support to the Fire Chief.

 

Education/Training

 

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university preferred. Major course work should be in fire science, fire administration, business or public administration, or a related field.

 

Experience

 

Fifteen years of broad and extensive experience in all major phases of professional fire fighting

including five years of administrative and supervisory experience at a supervisory level of

Battalion Chief and/or Fire Captain.

 

Required Certifications

 

Fire Officer II certification or above. (IFSAC)

Firefighter II Certification. (IFSAC)

Haz-Mat Operations

Emergency Vehicle Driver Certification.

Emergency Medical Technician

NIMS 100, 200, 300, 400, 700 and 800

Valid driver’s license.

 

 

Candidate must successfully complete a medical, psychological, and physical evaluation prior to employment

 

This is a succession planning posting for the Fire Chief’s position.

 

Must establish and maintain permanent residency within the fire district. Reasonable relocation expenses are negotiable. Please Mail or hand deliver your resume.

FLSA Status: Exempt

 

 

Salary Range

 

$56,500 – $86,743

Lewisville Fire Department is Hiring a Fire Chief

Lewisville Fire Department is seeking a qualified individual to serve as Fire Chief for the Department. The department is a North Carolina non-profit organization. The position will be responsible for leading the daily operations of a progressive combination suburban department and for the preparation and maintenance of annual and long term budgets, personnel, records maintenance, compliance, department representation and other projects as directed by the Board of Directors.   The position is also responsible for maintaining departmental readiness and proficiency in the latest fire, rescue and EMS methods and delivery.

Applicants shall meet the following minimum requirements:

Associates Degree from an accredited university or college

Fire Officer II

At least 10 years’ Fire/Rescue experience with supervisory responsibilities.

Emergency Medical Technician, NC Carolina Firefighter (or equivalent pro-board certification)

 

Preferable Applicants shall possess

Three or more years as Captain or higher level fire department position

Bachelor’s Degree in Fire Science, Business or Public Administration from an accredited college or university

Certification as NC Rescue Technician, Qualified NC fire/rescue instructor, NC Fire officer III or above

Successful candidates must pass NFPA 1582 physical, driving and background checks.

The successful candidate will be required to establish residency in the service district. If the person selected does not have possess a Baccalaureate Degree or Executive Fire Officer they will be required to attain them within a reasonable time.

Interested Candidates shall submit letter and resume via email to Applications@lewisvillefire.com or by US Mail to Lewisville Fire Department, Applications, 216 Lewisville Clemmons Road, Lewisville, NC 27023. All applicants MUST be received by May 20, 2017. Applicants received after this date will not be considered.

If you have any questions please direct them to Rick Washabaugh at rickw@lewisvillefire.com

 

Lewisville Fire Department is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in the hiring of personnel on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, age, Vietnam Era Veteran or disabled veteran, sexual orientation, marital status, disability or any other protected status as provided by law.